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Michael Robinson’s Touchless Payment Company – “The Biggest Tech Rollout In History”?

Michael Robinson Contactless Payments Company

October 2, 2020 by Anders

It's being called "The Biggest Tech Rollout In History" and Michael Robinson is also touting the opportunity to invest in the touchless payment revolution as a way to get rich. 

Now just how rich are we talking? Well, he claims one company "could surge 1,768%" within a year... and urges you to get in right now. 

You'll be happy to hear that I've just exposed the company he's teasing for free, so you can keep that wallet in your pocket and relax. Let's get to it...

The teaser:

The teaser presentation features Mike Ward, the founder of Money Morning, going back and forth with Michael Robinson... hyping the heck out of this new investment opportunity.

The Biggest Tech Rollout In History

Michael Robinson is the main guy behind it all, and someone that we, here at Green Bull Research, are familiar with from other hyped-up teasers in the past, such as that for his "Super Vaccine" company. You sometimes have to take what he says with a giant grain of rock salt, but he isn't just some guy off the street selling investment advice. Robinson works as a consultant, senior adviser, and board member for Silicon Valley venture capital firms and has developed an impressive rolodex of connections that allow him to get high-level information not easily accessible, if at all, to the general public. He knows a thing or two about investing in good companies and this is why you may have seen him featured in media outlets like Fox News and CNBC as a tech and biotech analyst.

BUT, as mentioned, he's also good at hyping up opportunities to no-end... so don't get too excited just yet.

The current teaser here is about "a revolutionary new technology" that is "sweeping across America" and every customer and business will feel its impact.

We're told "it's bigger than 5G, bigger than Artificial Intelligence, video conferencing, and even online retail".

Sounds pretty big, right?

But... "it's no wider than an eraser on a pencil and as thick as four hairs on your head"...

And now it sounds small.

What we're talking about here...

  • Doesn't require a battery
  • Is powered by devices it connects to
  • Has patents that are "locked and loaded"

After 10+ minutes of hype, Robinson finally get's around to revealing that he's talking about touchless-transaction technology... and more specifically about the tiny transmitter devices that will need to be embedded in new payment cards that are starting to replace the older ones you either had to swipe or insert into the machine at checkout.

He expects its "usage to surge 4,324% in the next 12 months" and claims there is one company that "could surge 1,768%" in just 12 months.

The company we're talking about here is one that makes the chips needed for this touchless technology to work... and we're told "this firm could become one of the most valuable companies in the world in the next decade".

Some more hyped-up claims from the teaser include...

  • It has "a virtual monopoly on the touchless technology inside each of these cards"
  • And it's the "single most exciting and potentially lucrative development I've seen in my entire career"

After teasing the opportunity to invest in the company behind this touchless payment technology, Robinson goes on to tease the opportunity to get in on the trends of society going cashless, biotech, and AI. This includes...

  • a company that takes a small cut processing purchase transactions and that all banks/credit card companies rely on
  • a promising biotech company that has developed amazing new tech for treating diseases
  • a company that makes signal processing technology that goes inside chips and is paramount to the AI revolution

The sales pitch:

In order to get all of this information and find out the companies he's teasing you need his "special investment dossier", which includes a number of reports. The one we're most interested in being "The Touchless Payment Revolution: 885 Million Devices Rolling Out This Year"...

And, of course, in order to get your hands on these reports you first have to buy into his Nexus-9 Network advisory newsletter service. This is priced at $5,000/yr but there are usually massive promotional discounts happening all the time so that you can join at less than half the cost.

But if you're looking for more information on the touchless payment stock he's teasing then you're in luck. This is the one we'll be exposing shortly.

*Unfortunately he doesn't give enough information on the other stocks he teases for us to be able to figure things out.

How Big Will the Touchless Payment Revolution Really Be?

The coronavirus undoubtedly helped push forward with the move to contactless/touchless payments, with some data finding that 55% of US consumers were worried about handling cash, but even without the pandemic there would be no stopping this revolution.

Touchless payments are up to 5x faster than inserting your card into a reader, and easier.

Additionally, the NFC (near field communication) chips that make all of this possible are safer to use than the old magnetic strip cards that you would have to swipe. From what I've found, they are at least as safe as the cards you have to insert into the reader.

The way this tech works is with small antennas to transmit and receive data. As was mentioned, there is no need for battery power. When tapping a card against a reader to pay, the reader gives off a magnetic field that provides power to the chip in the card, which then allows the establishment of a 2-way communication between your payment card and the reader. 

Here's a short video explanation if you want to learn more:

Right now only around 2 out of every 10 credit cards are touchless in the US, meaning there is lots of room for growth.

Not only that, but this technology is also being used in new smartphones, smartwatches, and even things like Disney's "Magic Bands" and smart locks, smart thermostats, etc.

The NFC chip market is definitely going to grow, but will its usage really "surge 4,324%" like Michael Robinson tells us?

Well, to be honest I have no idea where he gets this number from. Estimates from places like Grand View Research are much less, but this is what he's predicting and in the promotional teaser he gives us some past examples of when big changes in payment cards where made and how the stocks of companies involved skyrocketed, such as with Infineon technologies when payment cards started to switch over from magnetic strips to EMV chips...

Can you expect similar gains here?

Well, the first thing we need to do is talk about the company he's teasing...

Michael Robinson's Touchless Payment Company

What is the company that is expected to "surge 1,768%" and make you filthy rich by this time next year?

Here are some of the better clues we were given...

  • Mentions that "each one of them has this company's chip inside", when referring to Disney's "Magic Bands"
  • Says "they control a massive number of patents for the touchless technology inside connected devices"
  • Mentions how Business Insider called it "one of the world's most impactful internet of things companies"
  • Tells us they have over 9,000 patents around their chip technology and even shows us several of their patents, one of which "controls how the chip harvests energy from other devices it connects to", as shown here...

And luckily this is all the information needed to find a positive match here.

Any guesses on the company?

Nope? Well then I'll just tell you.

It's none other than the American/Dutch semiconductor manufacturer NXP Semiconductors (Ticker: NXPI).

The clues match up perfectly:

  • Yes, NXP Semiconductors is the company making the RFID chips inside Disney's Magic Bands (RFID chips are similar to NFC chips but only allow 1-way communication).
  • I was able to find an article where Business Insider called the company "One of World’s Most Impactful Industrial IoT Companies".
  • Yes, NXP does have over 9,000 patents (issued or pending), making them one of the top 100 patent applicants in the world - so Yes, they do indeed have a massive number of patents around this touchless payment chip technology.

And that patent that was shown in the teaser, which I took a screenshot of above, is Patent Number 10680677 and this protects the invention of "energy harvesting", in which the magnetic field given off by another device can power the battery-less NFC chip and allow for 2-way communication.

NXP Semiconductors is the company behind "The Biggest Tech Rollout In History", but should you already go out and sign the papers on that new sports car you've been eyeing? Or would it be better to hold off on that?

1,768% Revenue Surge?

NXP is by far the biggest in the NFC chip space, and is even the supplier to companies like Apple with such. They are positioned well for any surge in the use of this technology, but you have to keep in mind that this isn't some small-cap stock.

NXP's market cap is already over $35 billion, so it's going to take a lot to see the gains Robinson is talking about, and seeing these gains in "the next 12 months" seems highly unlikely.

As always, due your own due-diligence before investing and never fall for the hype that is thrown out there in investment teasers like this.

Quick Recap & Conclusion

  • This investment teaser with Mike Ward and Michael Robinson teases the opportunity to invest in "The Biggest Tech Rollout In History", which is the technology behind contactless payments.
  • Robinson teases one specific company that he thinks will "surge 1,768%".
  • All the details on this company are included in a special report, but in order to get it you'll first have to pay a couple grand to buy into his newsletter advisory service.
  • I've just exposed the stock he's teasing so that you no longer have to. It's NXP Semiconductors.

And there you have it. You're welcome!

I hope this review has helped you out and provided some value to you. As always, let us know in the comment section below what you think of this stock pick?

Anders


Anders is the founder and chief editor of Green Bull Research. When he's not investigating new opportunities and adding to his portfolio, you might find him taking a nature walk or reading a Steven Pressfield novel.

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  1. Anders, you are awesome….so many exposes, so many snake oil salesmen, really just conning good people out of hard-earned money. Keep up the great job……

  2. This is great detective work….many thanks!
    Here in the UK contactless payment is very common (in almost all shops etc), presumably with a different technology.
    So no doubt there must be great scope for this to develop.
    I fully agree though, that NXP is not a small company, so I cannot see how the gains will be anything like as the teaser suggests.
    All very interesting!

  3. It's amazing that all of these 'analysts' manage to find stocks that are in the hundreds and try to tell the public that they will rise by an extraordinary amount 'over the course of time'.
    Thank you very much for your reviews and the safety of my wallet.

  4. Hello Anders,
    Can you tell me about these two companies, Foxconn & Hon Hai I’ve researched it myself but I’m still “in the dark” as to who is the parent company & how I can buy their stock. it’s an overseas transaction which I’m told one is restricted due to it being a GDR, yet the other can be bought through a broker.
    I’m not sure if purchasing this stock is worth the time, expense & confusion!
    Thanks much,
    Trisha

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